Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Barrington High School boys' cross country team.

Barrington High School boys’ cross country team undefeated in dual meets

Barrington High School boys’ cross country team undefeated in dual meets

The Barrington High School boys’ cross country team will meet LaSalle Tuesday afternoon at Colt State Park in what the squad’s coach and co-captains recently described as one of the season’s biggest meet thus far. Both teams will enter the race with a 7-0 dual meet record in the state’s Metro Division. Senior co-captain Tom

Photos by Rich Dionne
Barrington running back James Murphy makes a catch of a Jacob Simons pass  for a short gain in the first half of their game against East Providence on Saturday.

Barrington beats East Providence 35-15

  The Barrington High School football team handed East Providence a 35-15 loss Saturday afternoon as the locals enjoyed homecoming weekend with a victory. The Eagles’ offensive effort was lead by quarterback Jacob Simons, whose potential playing time was in doubt earlier in the week after an injury at Cranston East. The senior captain, however,

State offers trail grants

The state announces the availability of $1.5 million in federal transportation funds for recreational trail projects in Rhode Island.  Applications for the grants will be accepted through November 30. Local, state and non-profit agencies and Indian tribes are eligible for the matching grants, which provide 80 percent of the cost up to $100,000, for projects that

Muir String Quartet

In Westport: Muir String Quartet

WESTPORT — The Muir String Quartet will kick off the 16th season of Concerts at the Point, which features six chamber music presentations by world class musicians. In its 34th season, the quartet has long been acknowledged at one of the world’s most powerful and insightful ensembles and is a perennial favorite in Westport. The

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EPACC Pet of the Week: Isaac

EAST PROVIDENCE — Isaac is an all black neutered male domestic short hair available for adoption at East Providence Animal Control Center. He is super affectionate and very sociable. Isaac came to the facility on August 17th. He was neutered prior to coming to animal control, so his adoption fee is low. He will need

GOP hosts rally for Portsmouth council incumbents

PORTSMOUTH — On  Sunday October 14, volunteer supporters will sponsor a rally for the current incumbent Republican team serving on the Portsmouth Town Council.  The event will be held at Scampi’s Restaurant in Island Park from 4 to 7 p.m.  There will be a band as well as refreshments available. There is no cover charge. The candidates will review


Monarchs, one more look in Little Compton

Little Compton photographer Geoff Dennis managed to catch another image of Monarch butterflies swarming in trees near Goosewing Beach before they set off for the south. “Nearly 50 percent of the Monarchs had departed this tree by the time this shot was taken – they were departing way too early in poor light for decent

April Verch

Fiddle queen in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — April Verch, the internationally renowned Canadian fiddler, singer, songwriter and stepdancer, brings her band to Common Fence Music Saturday night. Born to traditional music in Canada’s hard-working, hard-dancing Ottawa Valley, Verch picked up on the area’s open-minded fusion of Irish, Scottish, French, German and Polish influences, sprinkled with tangy spices of American country

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